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iPhone prices rise by almost 20 percent

It will be more expensive to become an iPhone owner. Even the older models are increasing in price.

As usual, Apple could unveil its new iPhone collection at a large planned event on Wednesday.

Here, Apple unveiled a revised iPhone 14 series as well as a top-tuned iPhone 14 Pro family, where the smallest iPhone model disappears in favour of a larger iPhone 14 Plus.

However, the general price increases caused by supply crises and the strong dollar exchange rate are reflected in the new collections and their pricing.

Below is an overview of how prices have increased this year.

iPhone 14 and 14 Plus

The cheapest among the new iPhones is now the model with a 6.1 inch screen, which enters the market with a price almost a fifth higher than its predecessor’s cheapest variant with 128 gigabytes of storage.

Compared to last year’s model, the iPhone 14 prices correspond to a price increase of between 16 percent and 18 percent, depending on the variant.

Pre-orders can be made from Friday 9 September at 14:00, after which the first units will be delivered on 16 September.

iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max

With the new iPhone 14 Pro series, the new pricing will mean that we will see some unprecedented prices for a smartphone with the apple logo.

Compared to last year’s model, the new iPhone 14 Pro prices correspond to a general price increase of between 19 and 15 percent, depending on the variant.

Pre-orders can be made from Friday 9 September at 14:00, after which the first units will be delivered on 16 September.

Price increases across the board

It is not just the new models that are increasing in price.

The current iPhone 13 and 13 mini also have their prices skyrocketed, despite the fact that they now have almost a year behind them.